Secure Your Phone and Belongings during Takeoff and Landing
Gary Leff from View from the Wing recently wrote a post on why it’s important to have your phone and other belongings safely secured during takeoff and landing. No doubt if you fly a lot, you’ve either had your phone or water bottle go sliding up/down the cabin floor or seen it happen to someone else during takeoff or landing. Most of the time people get their belongings back, as you’d expect, but—as Gary writes—not always. Sometimes a phone (or whatever) slides so far under a seat that not even the mechanics can get it out, and the owner is left in a tight spot. Here’s the story.
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